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resent, resented, resenting, resents-transitive verbs
to feel indignantly aggrieved at

ritual-noun
the prescribed order of a religious ceremony; the body of ceremonies or rites used in a place of worship; the prescribed form of conducting a formal secular ceremony (the ritual of an inauguration)
ritually-adverb

ritualistic-adjective
relating to ritual or ritualism; advocating or practicing ritual
ritualistically-adverb

rescind, rescinded, rescinding, rescinds-transitive verbs
to make void; repeal or annul
rescindable-adjective
rescinder, rescindment-nouns

referendum-noun, plural-referendumsor referenda
the submission of a proposed public measure or actual statute to a direct popular vote; such a vote

retrogress, retrogressed, retrogressing, retrogresses-intransitive verbs
to return to an earlier, inferior, or less complex condition; to go or move backward
retrogressive-adjective
retrogressively-adverb

refer, referred, referring, refers-verbs
transitive use-to direct to a source for help or information (referred her to a heart specialist, referred me to his last employer for a recommendation); to assign or attribute to; regard as originated by; to assign to or regard as belonging within a particular kind or class; to submit (a matter in dispute) to an authority for arbitration, decision, or examination; to direct the attention of (refer him to his duties)
intransitive verbs-to pertain; concern (questions referring to yesterday's lecture); to make mention or reference; to have recourse; turn (refer to a dictionary
referable-adjective
referral, referrer-nouns

relish-noun
an appetite for something; a spicy or savory condiment or appetizer, such as chutney or olives; a condiment of chopped sweet pickle
relish, relished, relishing, relishes as-verbs
transitive use-to take keen or zestful pleasure in; like; to enjoy the flavor of
intransitive use-to have a pleasing or distinctive taste

renounce, renounced, renouncing, renounces-verbs
transitive use-to give up (a title, for example), especially by formal announcement; relinquish; reject; disown
intransitive use-to revoke in cards
renounce-noun
a revoke in playing cards
renouncement, renouncer-nouns
renunciaion-noun
the act or an instance of renouncing-(the renunciation of all earthly pleasures); a declaration in which something is renounced
renunciative or renunciatory-adjective

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